Letters: Feb. 7, 1927

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...I enjoy your magazine with its spicy, original, brief news items. You might make it more popular with the great mass of the people by being more fair to their interests. I have heard quite a few say that they wouldn't have your magazine for it has sold out to big business and its interests. I agree with them. . . .

Why don't you experiment with the idea of being absolutely fair for a month or so? Why do you always make the President's statements very wise and important when we...

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